PennDOT hosts two-day design workshop on I-95 reconstruction from Frankford to Allegheny

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and representatives from neighborhoods and organizations along the I-95 corridor are holding a public, two-night design workshop  to finalize design ideas for the rebuilding of the highway between Frankford and Allegheny Avenues.

The workshops will focus on integrating the Civic Vision for the Central Delaware and local community plans into the reconstruction of the highway. Some topics to be covered include connections with the waterfront, new green spaces, wall treatments,  underpasses, public art and lighting.

The 7 pm workshops will be held on May 3 and May 17 at the Skybox at 2424 Studios, 2424 E. York St., Philadelphia.

For more information about the events, please contact Marian Hull at or 215-940-9270. To learn more about the I-95 project, see 95 Revive.

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Kellie Patrick Gates, Waterfront, casinos, planning reporter

Kellie Patrick Gates writes about planning, neighborhood development and the Central Delaware Waterfront. A journalist for more than two decades, she  worked for daily newspapers in Central Pennsylvania, Upstate New York and South Florida before coming to Philadelphia in 2003 to write for the Inquirer. Her work has appeared on PlanPhilly since 2007, and she also writes Love, the Inquirer's weekly wedding column. A native of Elk County, Pa., Kellie lives with her husband, Gary, and their dog and two cats.

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